At the N bound site. Pretty decent spot for overnight. Far enough away from trucks so not toooo noisy. Many thx to California for excellent stops on I5.
|Coalinga-Avenal Rest Area||36.08960, -120.11258|
Probablement l'un des Cracker Barrel le plus bruyant qu'on ait fait. Quelques sans abris ici et là, mais personne ne nous a dérangé.
|Cracker Barrel||35.36947, -119.04165|
This is the actual location of the paso itself. It is a cut on the rock of a cliff used in the 20th century to transport the local production of wool. Depending of where you park, it is 2 to 3 walk just to get here. You have to cross several streams stepping on rocks, so bring the right shoes. The path is not clear in certain areas but it is hard to get lost as you are always walking through a narrow canyon that eventually gets to the Paso.
|Monumento Histórico Nacional Paso San Carlos||-47.87927, -73.06057|
Small, quiet campground along Lake Leatherwood in Eureka Springs. Some sites have electric, most do not. I have large camper van on non electric site and paid $18. Has nice swimming area and peddle boat and kayak rentals. Restrooms and showers. Eurekaparks.com to reserve online. Lots of hiking and biking trails too. 5 minutes from wonderful downtown Eureka Springs.
|Lake Leatherwood County Park||36.43319, -93.76136|
Beach front camping with palapas and hot springs access. The bathrooms are clean and flush. No showers. Each camping spot has a tank of water. This was our second time staying here and both times we had 50 knot winds gusting. This time it wasn’t even forecasted so it seems to just be a wind tunnel.
The hot springs are a bit more protected. There are several pools depending on the tide height. The pools are clean.
Melhor preço que encontramos em Salvador R$14,90 por ciclo!
|OMO LAVANDERIA||-13.00471, -38.46145|
Looks like a campground here . Tons of vans and rvs parked here . No one was bothered but super noisy here. It’s right next to the airport and train tracks and some super weird noises but if your a good sleeper then no worries. I didn’t mind the noises and got a good night sleep in.
|Back Parking Lot||26.05453, -80.16627|
Road is closed due to bad weather. Spot set to closed status temporarily.
|Noble Canyon PCT||32.90433, -116.47657|
Road is closed due to bad weather. Spot set to closed status temporarily.
|Pull out on Pine Creek Road||32.89225, -116.49133|
Access is closed due to winter. Spot set to closed status temporarily.
|Burnt Rancheria Campground||32.86134, -116.42024|
Perhaps you, dear reader, are a patriot Christian family, but I am not "like-minded" so I didn't stay here. To each their own, just FYI.
From the front page of their website:
|GreatSky CampRanch||34.35831, -110.03678|
After looking at the options in here and google and seeing the many bad feedbacks, we opted to go here. The result: very nice staff, fair prices and clean clothes. We paid 1000 ARS per load plus 1000 ARS per dry (we needed two dries). Clothes delivered the same day or the other day, at your wish. They didn't miss any of our clothes. They also came folded. Working hours are 10am to 6pm. The only con I can mention is the cleaning smell is very strong.
|Lavadero Qualis||-54.81147, -68.32650|
great place and free here, the lake is amazing!
|Pernocte Exclusivo Motorhome||-42.81298, -71.71747|
Didn’t have any issues parking for the night, came in late. However there are signs that say no overnight camping & towing at owners expense
|Lowes parking lot||42.36452, -122.85780|
not free anymore, you can buy hours online at wifitorres.com (wifi called wifi zone) - also at the refugio and the camping
|Hotel Las Torres||-50.96622, -72.87027|
very good wifi, download speed 30 - 70 mbps, upload speed 1mbps. password strudel585
|Café Budapest 70mbps||-18.48056, -70.31659|
as described by previous visitors. it was quiet despite being near the I 40.
|Texas Travel Information Center||35.19156, -101.72565|
We spend the night here. About 4 others rigs were there. Safe and quite. Toilets at the tourist center or at the YPF.
Superbe séjour! Nous avons été super bien accueilli par ce couple franco-colombiano. Nous avons passés la nuit dans la cabane qui loue avec salle de bain privé et vue sur la rivière. Trés jolie et trés propre. Endroit paisible et trés agréable. Excellent café, et la truite fumé la meilleure que nous avons mangés! Toute la famille a été aux petits soins avec nous, je recommande pour une superbe expérience
|Parador Touristico Ruta 45||1.62020, -76.28301|
Lovely little camping on the outskirts of Santa Maria El Tule. Price for one person with tent 175 pesos
Electricity is made by solar panels, we were told not to use the electric cooker as it tooks too much power. But kitchen is only for room guests. It means if it is windy (can't cook on gas outside)and you do not have a camper, you can't cook here. Facilities clean, soap and toilet paper. Quite good WiFi. Nice place.
|Andes Nomads, Desert Camp & Lodge||-22.98168, -68.18314|
Small YPF service station. Accessible for large vehicles. Possibility to fill up with water, tap behind the station.
petite station service ypf. accessible pour les gros véhicules. possibilité de faire le plein d’eau, robinet derrière la station.
|YPF - El Calafate||-50.33162, -72.23061|
|Danes on the Road||
Nice place to spend the night and more quiet than the BLM land on the other side of the hill, as it is further from the busy road.
You literally can't miss it, as there are tons of campers set up there. I would say that at least 80 other RV's, trailers and vans were parked in the area, when we arrived in the late afternoon.
There's a gas station just down the road and if you a little further towards east there is a McDonald's and a Circle K; both have restrooms. The gas from Circle K was a little cheaper when we were there.
|Snyder Hill, Tucson, AZ||32.15774, -111.11582|
Road in was well maintained and easy to drive with my van. Found a nice spot on the right side of the road opposite of where the GPS sends you.
|N Yucca Ranch Rd||32.92320, -109.95004|
When I don’t find a “free” spot, my next choice is national and state campgrounds, which I like to support. In this case Mackerricher SP was a good choice for ending my day of driving. Facilities and grounds are showing their age and wear and tear from the weather, but it was clean, quiet, level, and convenient. Two of the three campground loops were closed, which I assume was because of the time of the year (March, 2023). Although the open loop was probably 2/3 occupied and a few had reserved cards, there were plenty of first-come choices….again for this time of the year. I picked 70 because there were no occupied neighbors, it was level, and the site was easy to back in my Promaster high roof. $40 nonresident, $38 nonresident senior (me)…again, I’m happy to support our state campgrounds and parks. After a short trail walk, I was walking on the beach….55 degrees and sunny. I’m guessing it’s booked solid during the high seasons, but I wouldn’t hesitate to stay here again. I boosted my cell service from 1 to 2 bars.
|MacKerricher state park Campground||39.48990, -123.79131|
Busy rest stop, very noisy until around midnight. Parked in a normal parking space from 2130 to 630 and wasn't bothered
|Larry Combs (Westley) Rest Area||37.58374, -121.32279|
Roads are pretty hard so even in the wet it’s a easy drive. We stayed two nights just to the right of this location but a few other options if you look around.
We tried to pay park fees in town but no one knew what was going on. No one to stop you from just going straight in.
|Lusenga Plain NP Bushcamp||-9.46466, 29.12773|
The Cathedral was one of the grandest churches in Freetown. From there you can start your small historical tour, going to Big Market, King Jimmy and National Museum.
|St George's Cathedral.||8.48985, -13.23640|
Alinhamento de rodas, balanceamento… Atenção e preço justo no que fazem .
|Medrano neumáticos||-34.61953, -68.34743|
FANTASTIC TOUR with Fernando.
~$13pp if you take your own vehicle (he will ride with you)
We recommend taking his vehicle. Fun experience driving in his 1960 hunk-o-junk. Plus, the road to the caves is awful.
Fernando also provides a nice bottle of wine at the end of the trail. He also will do EVERYTHING he can to make sure you have awesome pictures of the caves. Super nice guy and highly recommended.
The caves and red mountains are beautiful.
|Las Cuevas de Acsibi (Seclantas)||-25.33473, -66.09401|